Quick Access

Hope And Change Quotes

We’ve collected the best Hope And Change Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Jan Brewer, Rafael Cruz, Jim DeMint, P. J. O’Rourke, Dave Rubin. Use them as an inspiration.

So you know, I think that the federal government, the Democrats, and President Obama are selling a lot of hope and change, but no delivery of any of those promises.
Rafael Cruz
The hope and change the Democrats had in mind was nothing more than a retread of the failed and discredited socialist policies that have been the enemy of freedom for centuries all over the world. I fear America is teetering towards tyranny.
In the language of politics, there is only one translation for the phrase ‘hope and change,’ to wit: ‘big, fat government.’
We voted for Obama on rhetoric of ‘hope and change.’ We voted for him because of some idea that he was beyond politics and certainly beyond partisanship.
Obama won the presidency on the strength of his message and the skills of the messenger. Now the talk of hope and change feels out of tune when so many Americans are out of work, over-mortgaged, and worried that life will be even tougher for their children.
Seeing Michelle Obama’s bright color choices, and how she made people smile and reinforced Obama’s platforms of hope and change, was inspiring.
Lilly Pulitzer
It’s time to get real, folks. Hope and change ain’t working. Hope and change is not a solution. Hope and change is not a job.
It’s tragic from how far we’ve come from ‘Hope and Change’.
Hope and change? We’re not doing that anymore. They’re doing attack and blame. And so, I just think people are going to see through this. They want real leadership. They want us to get this country on the right track.
I dug deep, and I found that there were people who voted for Obama and then voted for Trump – because they saw what they believed was going to be hope and change, and under Obama, their particular lives did not change.
Kennedy was like a rock star. Carter was the earnest outsider at the height of Washington cynicism. Clinton was a bad boy who proposed his ‘third way‘ of Democratic politics, and Obama brought hope and change to a country that so desperately needed it.